Telstra Corporation News
News on Telstra Corporation (Ticker: TLSYY) continually updated from thousands of sources around the net.
David Mast, IBM Bluemix head of A/NZ, leads a discussion with Duncan Macneil of Cartesian Creative, Ash Conway of Bugwolf and Stuart Richardson of the York Butter Factory .
's stock had its "add" rating reiterated by equities researchers at CIMB in a research report issued on Friday.
Vodafone has announced an overhaul of its core IP network to enable voice calls on the telco's 4G network.
Teaming up with other telecom and internet infrastructure companies like NTT and Cisco will bring Telstra onto the world stage and make it a bigger regional player.
Telstra's contract with Ericsson for next-generation optical networking gear announced today will introduce dynamic management of traffic based on Service Provider SDN, continuing work the two companies have already done in software-defined networking.
Hard on the heels of stepping back from bank shares, now it is Telstra's turn , with Bell Potter's Charlie Aitken deciding that the easy ride is over, and downgrading his call to a 'hold' from a 'buy' .
Asian stocks rose, with the benchmark index on course to gain for a fourth day, as a slowdown in the U.S. retail sales fueled bets the Federal Reserve won't raise interest rates earlier than expected.
Australian shares are set to rise on Thursday, underpinned by a firmer finish on Wall Street, better-than-expected earnings for telco giant Telstra and a return to profit for media group Fairfax.
' level of free cashflow exceeds what we need in the short to medium term so the return of surplus capital to shareholders is considered appropriate in the current environment,' he said.
MARK COLVIN: Some of corporate Australia's biggest names are putting pressure on the Federal Government to find a way to get its budget though the Senate.
Okay. Good morning, everyone. I'm Andrew Keys, Telstra's Head of Equity Investor Relations and on behalf of Telstra I welcome you to our 2014 Financial Results Presentation.
A bigger than expected dividend and a share buyback from Telstra, along with gains on Wall St overnight, should buoy shares at the open.
Telstra will return $1 billion to investors through a share buyback as well as increasing its dividend for the second time this year following more than eight years without a rise.
Updated: Wed Aug 27, 2014 12:02 am
Copyright © 2014 Topix LLC